Tampa General Hospital partners with Kendra Scott Jewelry to raise funds for TGH Children’s Hospital

Tampa General Hospital is partnering with jewelry designer Kendra Scott to raise funds for the TGH Children’s Hospital.

From November 28 through December 7, 20% of any in-store purchase will be donated to the TGH Children’s Hospital when Tampa General Hospital is mentioned during checkout. Purchases can also be made online with a specific code listed below.

As a part of the partnership, TGH Children’s Hospital patient Tamryn Lee, and her family, spent a morning in the Kendra Scott shop, in Hyde Park Village, in Tampa, to design a bracelet and a necklace, called the “Tam Collection.”

At six years old, Tamryn Lee was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer, and began to receive treatment at TGH Children’s Hospital.

The “Tam Collection” includes the Emilie Stretch Bracelet, in rose gold, with a single earth-tone Spice Drusy stone for $45 and the Emilie Three-Stone Strand necklace, in rose gold. The three stones are a Rose Gold Drusy, a White Kyocera Opal and a Steel Gray Drusy for $105. When asked how she made her design decisions, Tamryn said, “I selected my stones for each member of my family.”

Purchases can also be made online with the code, GIVEBACK-FDGBS. A “Kendra Gives Back” party will be held at the Tampa location, from 5 to 7 p.m., on Tuesday, November 28. The Kendra Scott shop is located at 1511 W. Swann Ave.

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